With "Hurricane Diane," playwright Madeleine George tackles gods, lesbian seduction, and the urgency of climate change.
Avant Bard brings Madeleine George’s deviously clever, funny, and ultimately humanity-damning play to uproariously roaring life.
There is an abundance of great shows and musicals presently filling D.C.'s stages as the second half of the season kicks into high gear.
A new play explores the relationship between George Washington and the enslaved man William "Billy" Lee.
Avant Bard presents a pair of Tennessee Williams plays directed by Christopher Henley through June 18.
Wunder Garten's Winterfest, GMCW's Holiday Show, 9:30 Club's raffle and more!
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week
Avant Bard's "Illyria" takes on "Twelfth Night" with a promising concept, but the cast doesn't pull it off
Mark Morris Dance, Gay Men's Chorus, Hater's Roast, Betty Who, The Raid, Gospel at Colonus, Peach Pit and O'Malley's March
In Avant Bard's Emilie, a trailblazing scientist leaves her mark
"King Lear" may be small in budget, but it's big in vision and has a grimly authentic lead in Rick Foucheux
Foucheux will retire after starring as Shakespeare’s most troubled patriarch
Cam Magee’s performance is reason enough to see Avant Bard’s Madwoman of Chaillot